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Crafts & Vendors

Great help from at In any business, you will need to create content, collect and analyze data (big and small), and people with experience in this field can help you with this.
Moth Jewelry Beautiful jewelry handcrafted by Leslie and featuring durable waxed linen with natural shell and stone. Leslie will also create wonderful henna tattoos.
Steamed Up Corn Vendors Corn-on-the-cob and baked potatoes cooked on an authentic nineteenth century steam engine.
Native Crafts Traditional beaded Ojibway mocassins and other crafts made by artisan Amber King.
Black Creek Pioneer Village Pioneer activities, demonstrations and displays.
The Arts of Native America Display of historic trade beads and a variety of Aboriginal crafts and publications.
Native Plants in Claremont
Selling plants native to Ontario including perennials, shrubs and grasses.
Dan Long Flint Knapping
Dan creates and sells replicas of Aboriginal projectile points (arrow and spear) using traditional methods and materials.
Claremont Field Centre Foods Services
Hot dogs and hamburgers will be available for sale, or try First Nations variations such as "Indian Tacos" or "Scone dogs".
John Lord's Books
John is a bookseller specializing in Canadiana, Natural History, Military History, Aviation, Sea, Tobacco and First Editions.
Wanted Media
Mark's documentary films feature landscapes, technologies and stories of Ontario's past.

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Where is it?

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How much?

$8 for adults (19 and over)
$6 for students
Children 4 and under are free!
max. $25 for families
$2 parking